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From Marc Slemko <>
Subject Re: NT name canonicalisation
Date Mon, 18 Aug 1997 03:54:06 GMT
On Sun, 17 Aug 1997, Dean Gaudet wrote:

> On Sun, 17 Aug 1997, Ben Laurie wrote:
> > I was going to add a patch for this, but CVS won't have any of it, all
> > of a sudden: "cvs [update aborted]: connect to
> > failed: No such file or directory" (NTese for "I can't connect"). I'd
> > really appreciate it if no-one touched the Win32 makefiles until I can
> > check in. I think you can guess why!
> Um, raises hand sheepishly.  Me and crashed the router. 
> Three times.  We were enjoying new toys and didn't notice it going down
> until one of the isdn users said "hey the link keeps dropping".  (The new
> toys were 2mbit/s wireless links, for $3k.) 

Bad boy.  If you are going to play with toys, let me play.  <g>  Ok, ok,
it takes a pretty powerful wireless signal to make it all the way up

> > BTW, there's something fishy going on - CGIs, at least, with spaces in
> > their names (my excuse: copy and paste a file "x" and you get "copy of
> > x", OK?) don't work (premature end of headers). I haven't a clue why
> > this should be so, but it ain't from my bit (errr, I think).
> uh, spaces?  urls and spaces?  Yeah I know %20.  But ... if you can say
> it's not an NT thing then tell me, and I'll look at it.  Or give me an
> example. 

Interesting.  Have never thought about it before, but I can execute CGIs
with spaces in them on Unix just fine.  %-encoded requests, of course.

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